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The Power of Perspective | Guest Post by Rob Woodcox
I’m not convinced that anyone has their life completely together, in fact I am certain that we all face unwarranted fears, preposterous obstacles, and a good level of doubt about our very own purpose. Thankfully, we have perspective. I want to focus on the powerful properties of perspective that we all posses, whether we’re using them or not.
Tutorial: “Watchkeeper” | Tuesdays With Lauri
In today’s instalment of “Tuesdays With Lauri”, we are going to be doing something pretty exciting. Instead of editing one of my own photographs, I will be editing one of YOUR photographs. Today’s amazing image was submitted by Veneta Karamfilova, and it looks like this:
Tutorial: Compositing in Photoshop pt.3/3
Today we are going to be finishing up our tutorial-series on compositing an image in Photoshop. Today we colour grade the photo using the curves adjustment panel, create a natural looking vignette with the lasso-tool, introduce the “iris-blur” and add some noise in select areas of the image.
Tutorial: Compositing in Photoshop pt.2 | Tuesdays With Lauri
In this week’s instalment of Tuesdays With Lauri, we continue our tutorial on compositing an image in Photoshop. Today we retouch our model’s skin and add the crows into the image
Creating a Composite In Photoshop: “Queen of the Crows” | Tuesdays With Lauri
In this “Tuesdays with Lauri”-video we take a behind-the-scenes look at my recent photoshoot that I organised in London. We talk about creating a composite image in Photoshop, as well as take a quick look at the lighting I used in this photograph.
How I Shot It – “Anger” | Tuesdays With Lauri
For this week’s “Tuesdays With Lauri”-article I decided to go way back into my archives and pulled out this image called “Anger”. Today we will take a quick look at the story behind the photograph, and then after that I’ll provide you with a step-by-step breakdown of the editing process.
Inspiration: “Totems” by Alain Delorme
The new Totems -series by Alain Delorme plunges us into the core of contemporary China and its complexity. Under the blue sky of a highly colored Shanghai, men carry unbelievably precarious columns made of cardboard or chairs. These high-rising “columns” appear as new totems of a society in complete transformation: both a factory for the world and a new “El Dorado” of the market economy.
Post-processing “Tranquillity” pt.2 | Tuesdays With Lauri
Today we finish editing the image, this time working in Photoshop.
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